KSI has revealed he will RETIRE from boxing after completing his three-fight plan – which includes Jake Paul or Tommy Fury.
The YouTube, music and crossover boxing star wants a hat-trick of bouts to close out both 2023 and his prizefighting career.
It will start with a return on May 13 in London, before summer and end of year bouts against the likes of Paul or Fury.
KSI tweeted: "Fight May 13th – Misfits 007.
"Fight winner of Kingpyn Tournament – August 26th – Misfits 010 Fight Tommy fury/Jake Paul December 16th – Misfits 013.
"Retire and go back to music. Sounds like a good plan to me."
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KSI, 29, beat Paul's brother Logan, 27, when they turned professional for their rematch in 2019, a year after drawing in an exhibition.
And after three years out to focus on a fledging rap career, he returned last August winning TWO fights in one night.
KSI then knocked out online rival Faze Temperrr, 29, in January and is now in talks to face millionaire-businessman turned 9-0 boxer Joe Fournier, 40.
The Londoner will then turn his attention to KingPyn's eight-man winner-take-all boxing tournament, wanting to face the winner.
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And then to top it off, KSI has voiced plans to challenge the winner of Paul, 26, and Fury, 23, set to rematch in the summer.
Paul was initially beaten by split-decision in February but has confirmed he wants to exercise his rematch clause.
The American was in line to settle his score with KSI this year but his first ever loss looks to have KO'd those plans.
And KSI added further doubt when he tweeted: "At this point, after I beat a pro boxer on May 13th, I’m gonna go straight for Tommy Fury.
"Jake Paul is being long with negotiations."
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